At 7:06 AM we'll talk with State Treasurer Walker Stapleton (who is also a Republican candidate for governor) about the Denver Post's remarkable explanation of the incompetence or malfeasance of those politicians and bureaucrats who have been entrusted with ensuring that the state's public employee pension plan, PERA, can fulfill its obligations without bankrupting the state or requiring billions of dollars of taxpayer bailouts. Stapleton has been warning about this for years. When the Denver Post calls it a crisis...
Congrats to this young man!
At 8:06 we'll talk with Emily Chang, author of "Brotopia: Breaking Up the Boys' Club of Silicon Valley" about how the sleaziness of Bill O'Reilly and Harvey Weinstein isn't confined to the world of media. In fact, it's surprisingly present (according to Chang) in the oh-so-progressive world of Silicon Valley:
The media's coverage of the figurative and literal appearance of Kim Jong Un's sister, an integral part of North Korea's murderous dictatorship, at the Winter Olympics is absolutely shameful:
Here's an example:
But this might be the winner:
The reaction to President Trump's refusal to declassify the Democratic rebuttal to the Nunes memo until the Democrats remove what Trump says is classified information is getting surprisingly little pushback from the MSM.
The Democrats sent a very political and long response memo which they knew, because of sources and methods (and more), would have to be heavily redacted, whereupon they would blame the White House for lack of transparency. Told them to re-do and send back in proper form!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 10, 2018